3May says Hal Coleman's boy has been very sick. Im so sorry. When you see Hal remember me to them all, & tell Dorothy I wont forget her.Mr Van Dyke was in town yesterday afternoon and said to tell you that he had made inquiries and found there was no Grippe or colds in Daggett now and hadnt been for some time, and for you not to worry about that.040824It looks now as if it was going to clear. It is not very cold, and besides my shanty is cozy and comfortable.Take care of yourself so you can come back to me soon. Give my love to Wanda when you see her.Always lovingly yoursHelen Muir04082
1908 Mar 4
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